Two Photo Shoot's


Here are a few of my favorites (so far) from The Mertens/Klusken shoot's. More to follow later. (P.S... if you could pick a favorite, which one would it be & why? I'm a feedback junkie and would love it if you let me know your thoughts!) ~ Deb









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  1. Anonymous said...:

    Tina's boys are so photogenic. I love the one of the two boys (and dog) walking out of the barn! I'm not as fond of Augie's "creepy" eyes second from the bottom (never know what's going through that little boys head sometimes!). the ones of my two kids together are very sweet!

  1. Anonymous said...:

    My favorite is the fifth one down. The one with the Red sweater. He looks like he's having the time of his life. Pure, innoocent childhood fun. What an excellent memory. Great photos young one!!! Love NeeNee

  1. Anonymous said...:

    These are fabulous..I like the one where the little guy is reaching for the apple, and the one where he's peering into the tire...makes me wonder what he's looking at and thinking about...the colors are fabulous!

  1. Anonymous said...:

    Hi Deb, to many favorites to pick just one. I like the one of the two boys and dog walking out the door. The little girl with the flower, so sweet. Also the frolic in the leaves. Love your photo's period!!! Linda

  1. Haha Holly-- I don't thing Augie has creepy eyes-- he just looks like he's up to trouble!

    & Nee Nee-- the little boy in the red sweater was saying "TAH DAH!" He made my job very easy-- both of the boys are so photogenic (sp?).

    & Anon-- Thanks for the comment! : )

    & Thanks Auntie Linda! I really like the barn one as well... something about the 3 legged doggie in the pic! : ) And thanks for the sweet comment!

  1. Cats Meow said...:

    Wow!! These are fantastic. Personally, I like the black and white ones a lot. There's something about the lack of color that makes us concentrate on what's actually happening in the photo. I also like the one of the young man hugging his sister from behind. There's a kind of wistfulness in his face which is very touching.

  1. Liz said...:

    Hands down, the one where they are running up the hill by the barn. What a beautiful picture! They all are, and what precious boys!

  1. Cats Meow-- I couldn't agree more! Black and white shot's are usually my favorite as well for the reason you mentioned. : )

    & Liz-- Glad you like the picture! I love that it feels so open & free. Makes me want to be little again, even just for a day. : )

    Thanks for stopping by my blog!

  1. Anonymous said...:

    I think I love them all equally. And what gorgeous subjects you had!